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Why you’ll love Google’s New Search Analytics

If you are a webmaster, you’ve probably already discovered how indispensable Google Webmasters Tools is for monitoring performance analysis and optimization of your website. If not, there’s no time like the present! Go grab your Google Webmaster Tools account and take a tour to learn how to use this amazing tool. …

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Google MobileGeddon: What you need to know!

Google’s Mobile update means major changes On April 21st, Google released the most recent major update for organic search results (SEO), an update to its algorithm that will reward mobile friendly pages. It is said to be the biggest update since the Panda or Penguin and if you believe some …

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Google Tag Manager Why you should use it

A while back Google launched its own “tag management solution.” For those of you who have not heard of it, here is a summation post about the basics. Briefly, it is a web interface where you can manage different types of tags – small code snippets makes it possible to e.g. …

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Why igHome will be my iGoogle replacement

A while back I wrote a post listing possible alternatives for iGoogle. As the countdown to  iGoogle’s eventual demise on November 1st, 2013 nears, I have tried several random iGoogle replacement candidates.  Most iGoogle alternatives had some good features, but nothing quite hit the. They all left me feeling a …

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10 Possible iGoogle Replacement Alternatives

Earlier this month on July 3rd, 2012 Google CEO Larry announced that on November 1st, 2013 that iGoogle will be retired. The service, which among other things, has served as a home page for users where they are able to personalize their own design and add services, widgets, tools, as well as …

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Google Chrome Review

Top news on the internet this week is the beta release of Google’s new browser, Chrome. Google has designed this new browser to try focus on speed and simplicity. For the user, Google wants the browser to disappear and to focus on the actual applications and pages users are viewing, …

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